Tuesday, December 31, 2013

2013 Finishes!

I've enjoyed looking at everyone's 2013 finishes and thought I would do a Mosaic of my own.

When I started to compile my pics for my mosaic I realized just how pathetic it is.  Owell,  I still love them all!  Especially the pic in the top left corner!


Happy New Year!!

~Jenny~

19 comments:

Kim S said...

Well you got a lot more done than I did!!!

Auntie Pami said...

Yes, that little project in the upper left sure is sweet. Happy new year!

Leeanne said...

Happy 2014 to you! Your quilting is always so lovely.

regan said...

What do you mean pathetic!?! These are totally gorgeous, and that doesn't happen overnight! And don't you have about a dozen kids.....like that doesn't take a few minutes a day to deal with!?! LOL And all the blogging you do, and sharing with us all your wonderful ideas!?! I think you've done pretty darn well! Now pat yourself on the back, and show us some more lovely stuff that we can drool over! LOL

AMYOSMUNDSON said...

I SPENT TWO HOURS YESTERDAY GOING THROUGH YOUR BLOG AND WAS MESMERIZED. YOUR WORK IS BEAUTIFUL. MY MOM HAS A LONG ARM QUILTER AND DOES BASIC QUILTING FOR ME. IN THE PAST I'VE ONLY BEEN INTERESTED IN PIECING, BUT NOW YOU'VE INSPIRED ME TO MAYBE, AND I DO MEAN MAYBE, LEARN TO DO SOME QUILTING ON MY MOM'S MACHINE. I COULD ONLY HOPE TO SOMEDAY DO WORK AS MAGNIFICENT AS YOURS. THANK YOU FOR SHARING.

MariQuilts said...

Nothing pathetic here, Jenny, as always your work is amazing!!

Leanne said...

I am always inspired reading your blog, your year has been beautiful. And the baby is so cute, surely that is the best project of all. I wish you a wonderful new year.

Dawn White said...

Your quilts and your quilting are gorgeous, Jenny, and that little creation also pictured is just too adorable for words! Happy New Year to you and yours.

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

Oh goodness - not pathetic at all! Considering the incredible amount of work and design that goes into each quilt you've made - just gorgeous. The top left project is the best ;)

FlourishingPalms said...

Your finishes are stunning! No need to put yourself down. It's the quality that counts, not the quantity. Very well done. Happy 2014 to you!

Kathy said...

Great finishes, especially that top left one! Just bought fabric to make your Metro Hoops quilt.

Katie M. said...

I think you got an amazing amount done - especially with a baby in the house - and what a wonderful work of art HE is! Happy New Year!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I loved seeing your inspirational photos and I'm look forward to what you do in the coming year--your quilting is amazing! I especially love that little project in the upper left hand corner--so sweet!

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Karen said...

Jenny, I just wanted to tell you, that although I don't have a longarm machine, and I am nowhere near professional, your quilting continues to inspire and encourage me. I've tried to figure out exactly why your quilts look different (in a very good way) to me, but the bottom line is that you are a gifted artist. Thanks so much for sharing, I'm looking forward to 2014.

QuiltinGal said...

Hi Jenny, is there a certain batting you like best? It seems like your quilts always have a nice puff to them.

Frederique from Quilting Patchwork Appliqué said...

Your work is so great, I love them all!

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Rebecca Grace said...

Pathetic?! You are CRAZY! The goal is not to finish as many as you possibly can. At least I HOPE that's not the goal... ;-). I try to enjoy the process, and try to challenge myself to increase my skill level with each project. I feel like it's a big accomplishment to finish just one big quilt in a year, and I haven't even got a cute little baby to show for myself this year, just a 5th grader and a 7th grader.

Don't be so hard on yourself, and try not to compare yourself or your work to others. Your work is unique and has value in and of itself, just like your sweet child. When you see a photo of a woman with 10 kids, do you feel inadequate because you haven't been as "productive" as she has? Or do you think, "That woman must be CRAZY?!!" :-)

Happy New Year, Jenny!